On Race and Culture in Psychotherapy and Psychology Training – Ep. 6
On Episode 6, Christin Fort, M.A. joins Martin to discuss representation among ethnic minorities in the training of Clinical Psychologists, as well as ethnic issues that influence the practice of psychotherapy. Tune in to learn about the public libraries of Detroit and the awkward dilemmas that being African American or Asian American (respectively) can pose in social or professional settings.
Episode 6 is sponsored by: Fuller Psychological and Family Services
Mentioned in Episode 6:
Cardemil, E.V., & Battle, C.L. (2003) Guess Who’s Coming to Therapy: Getting Comfortable with Conversations about Race and Ethnicity in Psychotherapy. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 34, 278-286.
American Psychological Association (2016). Datapoint: Latest class of psychologists is more diverse. Monitor on Psychology, 47, 24.
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Clinical Psychologist Dr. Martin Hsia practices with the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Southern California in Glendale, CA. His specialties include helping people with Anxiety Disorders, OCD, and Insomnia.